Politics

Chris Rapley, Professor of Climate Science at the University College of London, was awarded the

Climate change is without doubt the defining issue of our age. For many, the Paris Agreement on climate change was a fork in the road.

Probably the most important talk that you can see at the Edinburgh International Science Festival, particularly in light of the recent Paris Agreement in December.

The inaugural Culture Summit was in 2012, as a forum for discussion about culture and how it relates to politics, society, economics and business.

A traditional evening with a twist! Comas is fundraising yet again, this time whilst celebrating our glorious national poet, Robert Burns.

Launched in 2011, "Previously" is a volunteer-driven local history festival. In 2015, the programme runs over five days following Robert Louis Stevenson Day on the 13th November. It comes before St Andrews Day on 30th November and the start of the Winter Festivals.

The UK Parliamentary General Election results for Edinburgh’s five constituencies were announced early this morning at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.

Britain votes for a new government today - at least, those who haven't already voted in advance by post.

Do you ever feel utterly overwhelmed by the constant flow of news, pounded by the endless atrocities hammering away in every corner of the world, drenched by the multifarious media that rains it down

Scotland has voted No to independence by a clear margin - 55% to 45% (2,001,926 No votes to 1,617,989 Yes votes).